- Full-grain leather
- 15" shaft height
- Distressed finish
- Back zip shaft
- Cushioned insole
- Leather lining
- Snip toe
- Low stacked heel
- Leather outsole with mini lug
- Lemonwood peg and brass nail construction
Boots at home in the city and in the country, these Antique Wash Western Boots by Stetson are beautifully versatile for any atmosphere. It features a full leather construction with a distressed finish. The back of the shaft has a brass zipper for easy entry and extra modern appeal. With the mini lug on the outsole and cushioned insole, you can tread miles in comfort. Pair with light denim and a plaid button up for a perfect rustic outfit.
Style(s): 12-021-6116-0802, 12-021-6116-0803
"Go West", this simple phrase captures a universal longing to leave behind the everyday and set out for parts unknown. 140 years ago, John B. Stetson needed that call and created the classic symbol of the west. Today, the un-bridled individuality of the American Spirit continues to be our constant inspiration. Stetson footwear reflects the same beliefs and traditions that made Stetson a part of America.
John B. Stetson started the John B. Stetson Hat Company in 1865 with no mare than $100 and a passion for hats. He rented a small room, bought the tools he needed, bought $10 worth of fur and launched his dream. Soon after he started his humble company, the famous "Hat of the West" also known as "Boss of the Plains" was born. The rest of the Stetson Hat story is as we say "history." Stetson Hats became a trademark for quality, durability, innovation and beauty. Stetson Hats remain that way today!
John B. Stetson had some very tough times in creating Stetson Hats. He was trained by his father who was a master hatter, but making it at the time was difficult. Being a hatter was not held in very high regard and they were seen as unreliable. John B. Stetson changed all that with his line of Stetson Hats. He built one of the most well-known and successful American businesses. Stetson Hats rely on innovation, quality and durability to keep them that way today.